The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared - Chapters 25 - 27 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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In Chapter 25 in 2005, Prosecutor Ranelid drove to Bosse's farm to question Allan and company before Ranelid faced a press corps both eager and angry to know the full story about Allan's disappearance. Allan fabricated a story involving he and his constituents at the farm being members of a religious group of which the Boss and his cohorts were also members, and how they were all attempting to transport Bibles for sale to enlighten the masses. Though Allan and his friends' stories were full of holes, Chief Inspector Aronsson went along with the deception, remaining quiet. Exasperated, Ranelid drove to the press conference and used Allan's accounting to explain the whole affair, even though Ranelid had his doubts about the story's veracity. Aronsson was surprised by the group's revelation to him that the suitcase contained 50 million dollars, and that they furthermore wanted him to...

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